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Modern pottery

Discover Pinterest’s 10 best ideas and inspiration for Modern pottery. Get inspired and try out new things.
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Great Photo reindeer clay ornaments Style DIY Polymer Clay Reindeer Tutorial – Essen, Ostern und Weihnachten – #Clay #Diy #Essen #Oster #clay #Great #ornaments #Photo #reindeer #Style

Ceramics by Julie Nelson, Noe Kuremoto, Abid Javed, Ateme Ceramics, Modern Potter and art by David Hardy. Photo: Ben Anders

Ceramics by Julie Nelson, Noe Kuremoto, Abid Javed, Ateme Ceramics, Modern Potter and art by David Hardy. Photo: Ben Anders

Taizo Kuroda’s pure white Ceramics collection is an inspired by-product of his close relationship with fellow Japanese artisans; architect Tadao ANDO, designer Issay MIYAKE and photographer Hiroshi SUGIMOTO. They share the same sure discipline and taste in editing out all that is unnecessary. I am in awe, and filled with jealousy, of this association with such a collective muse.

The last time I was in Tokyo I picked up this book by ceramicist Taizo Kuroda and was blown away! Kuroda (whose name literally and ironically means black rice paddy) creates porcelain pieces that radiate a certain glow that is only attainable through pure white. It made me want to redecorate my apar

BX Ceramics are ceramics made by Becki Chernoff in Los Angeles, California. Becki has been wheel throwing since 1994. She is currently a member of Xiem Clay Center in Pasadena where she teaches beginning wheel throwing and is the teaching assistant for an Art Center intro to Ceramics class. With a background in Automotive Engineering, industrial geometry informs the clean lines in her work. Becki is also a Car Hunter and Hand Model. These amazing Bubble Vases resemble a gord found in nature. The

BX Ceramics are ceramics made by Becki Chernoff in Los Angeles, California. Becki has been wheel throwing since 1994. She is currently a member of Xiem Clay Center in Pasadena where she teaches beginning wheel throwing and is the teaching assistant for an Art Center intro to Ceramics class. With a background in Automotive Engineering, industrial geometry informs the clean lines in her work. Becki is also a Car Hunter and Hand Model. These amazing Bubble Vases resemble a gord found in nature…

Recalling classic shapes from traditional pottery, the Verso Table Vase has an irregular, feminine form with a pair of distinct, artfully curved handles that add a modern twist to the otherwise timeless expression. Fill the vase with your favourite flora or let it make a beautiful statement all on its own.

Recalling classic shapes from traditional pottery, the Verso Table Vase has an irregular, feminine form with a pair of distinct, artfully curved handles that add a modern twist to the otherwise timeless expression. Fill the vase with your favourite flora or let it make a beautiful statement all on its own.

A pair of ceramic vases that'll add a striking statement to any home's aesthetic. Throw in their favorite flowers and you'll have yourself a grade-A gift almost everyone would love.

Promising review: "We love these. They go so well with our modern/boho/Scandinavian home aesthetic. The texture is not smooth but like chalk board. I was surprised by that but it doesn't affect how much I love these vases." —Andy WashingtonPrice: $28.99+ (available in two styles)

Anissa Kermiche's homeware celebrates the imperfections of beauty and the female body in all its glory - the designer believes that every little lump and bump is an honest depiction of who we are and wants to portray that in her work. This 'Breast Friend' ceramic vase playfully depicts a curvaceous bust. Use it to give purpose to a bare shelf or fill it with sprigs of seasonal foliage and set it pride of place on a credenza in your living room.

Anissa Kermiche's homeware celebrates the imperfections of beauty and the female body in all its glory - the designer believes that every little lump and bump is an honest depiction of who we are and wants to portray that in her work. This 'Breast Friend' ceramic vase playfully depicts a curvaceous bust. Use it to give purpose to a bare shelf or fill it with sprigs of seasonal foliage and set it pride of place on a credenza in your living room.